2021
DOI: 10.1080/19475705.2021.1924873
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Physically-based, distributed hydrologic model for Makkah watershed using GPM satellite rainfall and ground rainfall stations

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to understand flooding in a 1,725km 2 arid catchment in Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia, with very limited ground observations. This mountainous catchment includes densely urbanized areas built on lowlands and in the ephemeral streams of flood zones, which makes them vulnerable to flooding. A physically based, fully distributed hydrologic model was produced by three Integrated Multi-satellite Retrievals for Global Precipitation Measurement Mission (IMERG) high-resolution satellite ra… Show more

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“…In this circumstance, hydrologists tend to investigate whether using SPPs data the basin's runoff can be simulated properly compared to produced models based on GRGs or not. Despite the fact that numerous studies have been carried out in many regions of the world to examine the hydrologic utility of SPPs and GRGs (Al-Areeq et al, 2021;Talchabhadel et al, 2021;Zhou et al, 2022), no studies have yet assessed the hydrologic utility of these in the Zayandeh-Roud Basin. The main objectives of this study are summarized: (i) compare SPPs (PERSIANN-CDR) and GRGs time series, (ii) compare observed and simulated stream-flow in the SWAT model driven by SPPs and GRGs data, and (iii) Analyze how well each precipitation product performs in terms of providing information to the hydrological model.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this circumstance, hydrologists tend to investigate whether using SPPs data the basin's runoff can be simulated properly compared to produced models based on GRGs or not. Despite the fact that numerous studies have been carried out in many regions of the world to examine the hydrologic utility of SPPs and GRGs (Al-Areeq et al, 2021;Talchabhadel et al, 2021;Zhou et al, 2022), no studies have yet assessed the hydrologic utility of these in the Zayandeh-Roud Basin. The main objectives of this study are summarized: (i) compare SPPs (PERSIANN-CDR) and GRGs time series, (ii) compare observed and simulated stream-flow in the SWAT model driven by SPPs and GRGs data, and (iii) Analyze how well each precipitation product performs in terms of providing information to the hydrological model.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%